A group of students from the University of Malta have each been entrusted with important positions within ESN, the Erasmus Student Network (ESN).
Considered to be Europe’s largest student organisation, ESN is a network of student organisations headquartered in Brussels, Belgium and is present in over 1,000 universities and 42 countries.
It is made up of around 40,000 volunteers offering services to 350,000 international students each year.
The Malta chapter of ESN operates at the University of Malta and welcomes international exchange students while promoting mobility opportunities for local students.
Sean Ellul, Luca Arrigo, Luke Bonello Ghio and Antoine Attard, who are all members of ESN at the University of Malta, join a set of 80 volunteers who will be working remotely with the Executive Board of ESN in Brussels.
Mr Ellul, who is currently reading for a Masters’ Degree in Insurance & Risk Management, is the Liaison Officer for ESN to the European Youth Forum, Mr Arrigo, who is writing his thesis for his Masters in Creativity & Innovation, is a member of the Finance Committee, is Mr Bonello Ghio, a third-year Law student is a Legal Team member and Mr Attard, who graduated last year with a Bachelors’ Degree in Banking & Finance, serves as International Erasmus Games Community Manager.